BlackBerry today announced an update to its Hub+ subscription service for Android devices. Hub+ users will now be able add Facebook Messenger to Hub+ and manage Messenger communications directly in the Hub. Hub+ also makes it easier to save inline images and improves support for admin-defined signatures for business users. Show More Summary
Switches to licensing 'secure Android' and apps Here’s your chance to design your own BlackBerry. BlackBerry today ended its 17-year adventure as a phone-maker with CEO John Chen announcing “a new strategic direction focussed on licensing our secure device software and the BlackBerry brand.”…
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Application deployment doesn’t need to be a difficult, involved process. Through BlackBerry’s Good Work collaboration apps for iOS, Android, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Mobile, your team can access all the apps they need to get the job done with ease. Show More Summary
Today’s workers are no longer chained to a desk, but that doesn’t mean they don’t still need access to internal resources. With BlackBerry’s Good Access cross-platform mobile app, your employees can browse your corporate intranet, no matter where they are. Show More Summary
Mobile employees aren’t always going to have network connectivity. They are, however, always going to need access to critical files. Through BlackBerry’s Good Share cross-platform document collaboration app, you can keep your employees connected to the data they need most, no matter where they are. [[ This is a content summary only. Show More Summary
We exclusively reported four months ago that Samsung was developing a new BlackBerry Hub-like app called Samsung Focus which would integrate crucial functions like email, contacts, calendars and memos in one place to turn your handset into a productivity powerhouse so that you can get things done faster. Show More Summary
BlackBerry is offering more BB apps to more Android devices: most phones running Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher, to be more specific.
Last month, BlackBerry announced they would be bringing their Android apps such as the BlackBerry Hub, Calendar, and Password Keeper to even more Android users through a new subscription offering called Hub+. Now, they have announced...Show More Summary
BlackBerry today made its BlackBerry Hub+ suite of enterprise applications available to a wider range of devices. At the same time, it added five more apps to the suite. BlackBerry released Hub+ last month as a free trial for Android Marshmallow devices, but it was limited to the Hub, Calendar, and Password Keeper apps. Show More Summary
Part of the reason the iPhone has been getting more buzz than other smartphones seems to be due to the plethora of apps available on the system (over 350,000 compared to just over 25,000 for Blackberry). And given some of the options...Show More Summary
Joshua Vergara hosts Joe Hindy, Jonathan Feist, Nirave Gondhia and Lanh Nguyen to talk LG V20, rapid charging, BlackBerry GTEK50 and iOS apps on Android.
Microsoft promises more feature-packed updates for Windows 10, the iPhone 7 rumor mill continues to swirl, BlackBerry releases its Hub+ apps on Android, Spotify targets its Release Radar, and more proof youngsters have it too good. Two...Show More Summary
Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about a huge game sale, BlackBerry Hub's universal release, Dropbox Paper, Nexus Launcher, and more!
Even if Kim K ends up ditching BlackBerry, she could still replicate part of the BB experience with an Android phone. The Canadian phonemaker has released its Hub+ suite of applications on Google Play for devices running Android Marshmallow. Show More Summary
This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. BlackBerry will begin offering its Hub+ suite of apps for download on the Google Play store via a subscription...Show More Summary
The DTEK50 runs BlackBerry's apps and services on Google's operating system and Alcatel's hardware. It's a curious collaboration of sorts that adds up to a better 'Berry. This slim Android device is everything that BlackBerry phones should have been -- but never were. Here is Phonecoop's in-depth review.
Hub offers a suite of apps to Android smartphone users.
Expanding beyond the PRIV and the DTEK50, Blackberry is now bringing its Hub services over to all Android Marshmallow (or higher) devices, through new Hub+ app.
BlackBerry announced the Hub+ suite of applications this morning, not limited to just BlackBerry devices. In fact, any Android device running Android 6.0+ can use these apps free of charge and ad-free, at least for a limited time. Inside...Show More Summary